The success of Burning Nights CRPS Support charity is dependent on the generous financial support of companies and private sponsorship.
We have been very fortunate in the last year to have had the support and sponsorship and partnerships from various companies. These corporate partnerships have helped us as a charity to continue to offer support to people affected by Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). The funding also helps us to raise awareness of the condition amongst the general public, the medical fraternity and legal professionals.
Corporate partnership are vital to our charity as it allows us to offer our main frontline services to CRPS patients, their families, friends, loved ones and carers.
If you are interested in becoming a corporate partner or would like more information on how we work with our corporate partners please contact our Chair of Trustees, Victoria Abbott-Fleming. We can then forward you our sponsorship booklet.
Charity of the Year
Get your staff involved with a fantastic cause that supports people living with one of the most painful chronic conditions, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Nominate us as your Charity of the Year and gain the benefits of partnering with us. Charity of the Year partnerships are ideal for encouraging and involving employees as well as achieving your company’s CSR objectives.
Benefits of us being your Charity of the Year
Demonstrate to your employees, customers and potential customers, your company’s commitment to a complex chronic health problem that affects approximately 288 people every week.
Fundraising for charity offers excellent team-building opportunities and provides an exceptional way for staff to build communication. It’s also a great way to involve clients or your suppliers.
- Inclusion on our website
- All events included on our events calendar
- Point of sale resources i.e. information leaflets
- Volunteering opportunities
- Boosting staff morale
- Encouraging team building
Adopt Burning Nights CRPS Support as your Charity of the Year today! Contact the charity to find out more how we can work together.